Sep. 23, 1908 Pocahontas Randolph County Arkansas, USA
Apr. 19, 1951 Corning Clay County Arkansas, USA
Pocahontas Star Herald
Lambert Going Dies Suddenly Of Heart Attack At Corning
Lambert W Going, 42, Corning restaurant operator, died suddenly from heart seizure at his apartment at 11 o'clock last Thursday morning. He had been in ill health for about 19 months.
He was well-known in Pocahontas and Randolph County where he was reared and in Western Clay County where he had been in business since 1944.
Before opening Going's Cafe on U.S. Highway 67, West, in Corning, a few years ago he owned and operated the filling station and tourist court now operated by O. C. Clark Pontiac Company. He was employed by General Motors Corp., of Anderson, Ind., for 15 years prior to moving to Corning.
He was born in Pocahontas on September 23, 1908 the son of the late C. A. Going and Mrs. Sarah Going.
He was married to Miss Sterline Blackwood of Corning August 28 1936 at Pocahontas.
Survivors other than his wife and mother are three sisters, Mrs. Guy Amos of Pocahontas, Mrs. Cumberland Wisner of Memphis and Mrs. L. E. Lane of Elm Store.
He was a member of the First Baptist Church in Corning where services were held Sunday, April 22nd, at two o'clock with the pastor, Dr. L. B. Golden, conducting, assisted by the Rev. A. W. Harris pastor of the First Methodist Church there.
Burial was in Masonic Cemetery at Pocahontas, with Russell's Mortuary in charge of arrangements.
Pallbearers were L. F. Cochran and Bryan McCallen, Corning, and Cletus Price, Menden Pratt, Amos Perrin and Frank Rogers of Pocahontas.
Out-of-town relatives who were in Corning for Mr. Going's funeral Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wisner and Mrs. S. P. Blackwood of Memphis, Mrs. L. E. Lane of Elm Store, Mr. and Mrs. Fender H. Story and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Amos of Pocahontas, Mrs. Sarah Going of near Walnut Ridge, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Lane and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Waymon Lane of St. Louis, J. W. Looney, Mr. and Mrs. David Brewer and son and Mrs. J. Hackworth of West Plains, Mo., William Looney of Walnut Ridge, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Looney of Sedgwick, Mr. and Mrs. Aubry Looney of Jonesboro, Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Grissom and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Joiner of Anderson, Ind.
Among friends who were present were Mrs. Rose Higgenbotham, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Shea and Mrs. Daugherty of Anderson, Ind., Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Clements, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Johnson of Jonesboro, Mr. and Mrs. Clem Cox, Mr. and Mrs. Arland Wright, Mrs. Jane Haltom, Mrs. Cleo Sallee, Mrs. Rita Dunn, Mrs. James F. Dunn, Mrs. James F. King, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Carroll, Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Daley Wells, all of Pocahontas, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Gambill, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Purdy, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Blackwood of Batesville, Mr. and Mrs. Mayo Blackwood of Blytheville, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Cox and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Brown of Reyno.
Pocahontas Star Herald
Miss Sterline Blackwood, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Blackwood of Corning, and Lambert Going of Anderson, Ind., were married at Biggers last Thursday, Rev. Wade performing the ceremony. They left Saturday night for Anderson, where they will reside.
Mr. Going is a former resident of Pocahontas and both he and his bride have many friends here who extend their congratulations and best wishes.
Lambert was the fifth child of Charles Asroe and Sarah Ann Looney Going.
Lambert and Sterline Blackwood Going had no children.